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Touch the Wall

Documentaries, 2014, 101 minutes
Touch the Wall
This documentary profiles Olympian Missy Franklin, focusing on her gold-medal swimming as well as her rivalry with good friend Kara Lynn Joyce.
The Documentaries Touch the Wall was released in 2014 and lasts 101 minutes. Parental guidance suggested This Documentaries is Inspiring.

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Score: 8.5 of the 10

Touch the Wall follows teenage swimmer Missy Franklin as she grows into international athletic stardom, culminated by her 4 gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics. Bridled by expectations of being the 'next Michael Phelps', Missy and her family battle the mantle of celebrity as she tries to maintain her life as a normal teenager. When 4-time silver medalist Kara Lynn Joyce joins Missy's age-group swim club, her growth and challenges accelerate. Touch the Wall is a rare chance to witness the emerging greatness of a young woman who handles success and fame on her own terms.

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